Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco will headline the upcoming TV show, “The Flight Attendant” under her company, Yes, Norman Productions. Pictured: Cuoco attends The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 29, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

Kaley Cuoco just launched her company, Yes, Norman Productions, and has landed a multi-year pod deal with Warner Bros. TV.

Warner Bros. TV is the same production company behind the hit CBS series, “Big Bang Theory,” where Cuoco plays the role of Penny. The actress’ partnership will give her the opportunity to develop an original television project for broadcast, cable, digital platforms and more.

According to Deadline, Cuoco already has her sights set on her first project under Norman Productions. “The Flight Attendant” is a book written by Chris Bohjalian, and it will be published by Doubleday in March 2018. In its TV adaptation, Cuoco will play the lead role of the flight attendant, who wakes up in the wrong hotel room in Dubai with a dead man beside her but without any idea what happened.

While speaking with the publication, Cuoco revealed why she decided to sign on and produce “The Flight Attendant” as her first project. “I read ‘The Flight Attendant’ and was hooked immediately! Warner Bros. Television is my extended family and I’m so excited to work together and bring this amazing book to life with them,” she said.

On her Instagram account, Cuoco expressed her excitement over the launch of Yes, Norman Productions and even credited her beloved dog, Norman for it. This is not the first time that Cuoco attached herself to her rescued pit bull. Her Instagram username also goes by the dog’s name.

Meanwhile, just like Cuoco, her “Big Bang Theory” co-stars, Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki also have pod deal with Warner Bros. TV. “Young Sheldon” already premiered in September, but new episodes won’t return until November. The series centers on the life of Parsons’ character, Sheldon, back in his hometown in Texas when he was just 9 years old.

Galecki, on the other hand, has a multi-camera pilot under the network, titled “Living Biblically.”

All three actors’ work on “Big Bang Theory” will not be affected by their involvement in “The Flight Attendant,” “Young Sheldon” and “Living Biblically.”

“Big Bang Theory” Season 11 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.